I tried an older version (maybe .6) last year and it was nice but had
some odd problems in terminal windows in particular. That may have to
do with the fact that the release is primarily japanese with english as
a secondary language. But, it is pretty good. And, for anyone hitting
their uhm... aesthetically challenged homepage, the cd is much better.
Jane Dogalt wrote:
I noticed this release run by distrowatch. It looks like a fairly
livecd. Possibly a useful resource to consider for livecd generator features.
The most interesting thing I see about this project (other than it's nv/ati
driver inclusion... they're less paranoid than kororaa (sp?)) is it's use of
"translucency" as an alternative unionfs implementation.
My own livecd generating tool is still a few days from alpha, and even then,
probably still far behind this project, or the recent centos-4.3 livecd I fired
up under qemu last week. But I'll certainly use those isos and any posted here
as targets to try to improve upon.
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